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VINTAGE - Balenciaga Le Dix EDP

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Balenciaga Le Dix vintage was launched in 1947. It is a classic floral made for evening wear and features notes of bergamot, lemon, rose, ylang-ylang, aldehydes, vanilla, sandalwood, vetiver, musk, lily-of-the-valley, rose and iris.  This is the EDP, eau de parfum.

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  • Unknown - 5th Feb 2015

    5
    Lovely, Wistful, feminine fragrance

    Unfortunately, discovered Le Dix late, and now that it is dicontinued and so rare, a full bottle costs more than I am willing to spend. I was very pleased to find and purchase a decant here. I find this fragrance very intriguing:delicate, wistful, and feminine in an understated way. I wanted to like Guerlain's Apres L'Ondee, and I am generally a Guerlain fan, but I found it too melancholic. I often find violet or lilac scents have a candied or artificial quality, I dislike, which was the case with Apres L'Ondee and also Serge Luten's Vitriol D'Oeillet. This perfume is beautifully blended, and I'd love to find soething to replace it. I did not remember the Coriander note being as prominent in my original manufacturer's sample. It is quite prominent in the beginning, I even detect a bit of caraway seed, though as it settles into the skin it softens

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  • Unknown - 5th Feb 2015

    5
    Lovely, Wistful, feminine fragrance

    Unfortunately, discovered Le Dix late, and now that it is dicontinued and so rare, a full bottle costs more than I am willing to spend. I was very pleased to find and purchase a decant here. I find this fragrance very intriguing:delicate, wistful, and feminine in an understated way. I wanted to like Guerlain's Apres L'Ondee, and I am generally a Guerlain fan, but I found it too melancholic. I often find violet or lilac scents have a candied or artificial quality, I dislike, which was the case with Apres L'Ondee and also Serge Luten's Vitriol D'Oeillet. This perfume is beautifully blended, and I'd love to find soething to replace it. I did not remember the Coriander note being as prominent in my original manufacturer's sample. It is quite prominent in the beginning, I even detect a bit of caraway seed, though as it settles into the skin it softens

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